The scope of work included new offices for the Broward County Aviation Department. A new connector bridge allows passengers with connecting flights to walk between Terminals 3 and 4 without going through a second security checkpoint.
The Coconut Grove Branch of Miami-Dade County’s library system is a public facility that is both culturally and historically important to the Coconut Grove neighborhood of Miami.
As a unique solution to the site’s size constraints and urban setting, Zyscovich elevated the building to span the street, avoiding the underground communication cables and water and sewer lines.
Zyscovich was hired to create a new Little Haiti Cultural Campus at the site of the existing Caribbean Marketplace. The Plan included the Little Haiti Soccer Park, now complete, which connects to the Little Haiti Cultural Campus via street improvements to NE 2nd Avenue.
The 7th Avenue Transit Village was a mixed-use development project located in the heart of Liberty City, one of Miami-Dade’s oldest and most celebrated communities. This multimodal hub provided economic growth and community redevelopment opportunities for the area.
The 15,000 SF Elder Activity Center located at the Brighton Reservation has an entrance atrium and porte-cochere that leads to the reception area of the facility. The dining room is equipped with coolers, a kitchen, storage areas and an electrical room. The cardio/fitness center contains a fitness room and massage room.
Zyscovich provided an exhaustive multi-departmental facility needs assessment, program analysis, and site assessment to develop a new administrative and public safety complex for the STOF Brighton Reservation.
A 106,000 net usable square foot medical primary care annex located in Tampa, Florida that includes patient care examination rooms, isolation rooms, radiographic imaging, laboratory, pharmaceutical functions, and administrative suites. The final design proposed multiple energy efficient strategies to save the Veterans Administration considerable operation costs.
The new community-use campus maintained the existing Caribbean Marketplace and added two new buildings. The project included a 250-seat theater with dance and drama rehearsal halls and a Cultural Center with an art gallery, arts and crafts workshops, and community meeting rooms.
The Mana Wynwood Special Area Plan (SAP) is a development proposal that serves as a cultural infrastructure framework for job creation and incremental growth. The proposal outlines a set of development standards for the southern end of the warehouse district in Wynwood, designed to cultivate and expand upon the character and culture of the existing Wynwood Arts District and contribute to the Overtown Community to the south.